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DJ Adlib - Tofu & Alter EP
12" Vinyl
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DJ Adlib

Tofu & Alter EP

Melting Pot

Released: 4th March 2013 | 6 track instrumental (east coast) ep

Tofu is the white cat on the front cover, Alter is the spotty one on
the back. Both share their crib with DJ Adlib who is extending his
Hi-Hat Club record Haus & Garten with this EP. Tofu & Alter
assembles six remixes by Dexter, James Pants, Julian Dyne, TBRCK,
Danny Breaks and Adlib himself. Featuring Declaime, Black Spade, Frank
Nitt, The Primeridian, Panet Asia and Adi Dick on vocals. Robert
Winter did the photos and Chicken George the artwork.

About original release Hi-Hat Club Vol.6:
DJ Adlib is bringing the Hi-Hat Club back to Cologne. Haus & Garten
is the sixth installment of our producer series and were taking things
to the next level with this one. Not only because Adlib has choosen to
share the spotlight with Black Spade, Declaime, Frank Nitt and Planet
Asia but simply enough for the music the turntablist turned producer
has cooked up in his Haus & Garten(House & Garden). Since 1999,
Adlib has been a member of the Noisy Stylus crew, who won trailorloads
of turntablist competitions and released their fully scratches album
Table Manners in 2005. As a producer, Adlib dropped his first solo
effort (Adlibertine EP) under UK's exotica drum & bass pioneer Danny
Breaks' own imprint Alphabet Zoo. Ever since Adlib has laced
production for various hip hop outfits including Stones Throw's MED
and Rawkus' Dynas. By no means a beat tape Haus & Garten is a
complete album by one of Europe's most complete hip-hop producers. One
could cite influences ranging from early electronic to prog, from
miami to UK bass and still wouldn't do justice. Give it a listen and
you'll know what we mean... MC's aside, the album also features
Colognes beatsmith Hubert Daviz and long-time Fat Freddy's Drop
side-kick Adi Dick. Mixed & mastered by engineer extraordinaire Erik
Breuer at Brewery Studios Cologne. Cover photos by Robert Winter.